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Spyderco Assist Black Blade C79PSBBK

$130.90

2 in stock

We named this knife after its principal job function, to assist. The Spyderco Assist Black Blade is a lightweight folder for emergency fire/rescue professionals and the well-equipped citizen who rely on knives to be straightforward in use and perform flawlessly. The blade is coated in non-reflective black carbon nitride with a patented lift-and-pry (blunt-nose) shape made from high-carbon VG-10 stainless steel and loaded with teeth. Most of its’ 3-3/8” (86mm) cutting edge is serrated with the last inch at the tip left PlainEdged.
Above the one-hand-open hole sits a feature called a Cobra Hood. It’s a metal cap that guides the thumb over the hole for quick, by-feel opening then doubles as a textured leveraging platform for your thumb during cutting. A wavy pattern cut out of the top of the blade and again along the handle is for controlled rope cutting. By placing a rope in the groove (between the partially open blade and handle) you can squeeze the blade shut, slicing and trimming rope in a controlled movement without fully exposing the cutting edge. The handle is black lightweight fiberglass reinforced nylon (FRN) with a survival whistle built into the butt end, shrill and high-pitched enough to get you noticed. A reinforced wire pocket clip attaches through the handle on either side for left- or right-hand use. A retractable and replaceable carbide-tip glass/ice breaker is housed inside the handle and is exposed when the closed blade is squeezed into the handle, retracting when pressure is released.

2 in stock

  1. SPECS:
  2. Overall Length: 8.438″ (214mm)
  3. Closed Length: 4.812″ (122mm)
  4. Blade Length: 3.687″ (94mm)
  5. Blade Thickness: .125″ (3mm)
  6. Blade Steel: VG-10
  7. Edge Style: Fully Serrated
  8. Handle Material: FRN
  9. Pocket Clip: Yes, right or left hand, tip up/tip down
  10. Lock Type: Lockback
  11. Weight: 4oz
  12. Country of Origin: Japan